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threat. reena ninan has more from jerusalem. >> it's down to the wire, secretary of state hillary clinton has been meeting with officials to reach a compromise over the settlement deal but nothing has been agreed to so far. she met with barak and israeli officials say they could not extend the freeze. they have been urging israel to extend it. palestinians say they will drop out of the direct talks which begin this month if construction continues. today in the west bank, clashes took place. protestors are calling on a complete boycott of all settlement. journalist says he was asked to step back and never given the chance to do it before being beaten by israeli soldiers. clinton should meet with foreign minister to discuss restarting peace talks between israel and syria. >> julie: reena ninan, thank you very much. >> a fox weather alert. downgrading tropical storm matthew to a tropical depression. here a look right now at matthew's path. the storm is expected to move west across the caribbean while another tropical storm is weakening. heavy rain from matthew is soaking the nation of hondur
beginning as well. reena ninan has the story in jerusalem. >> hi, juliet. the arab newspaper claims that the palestinianian attitudes towards peace talks talks have d 180 degrees claiming there is less perform on the -- pessimism on the ground. it's too early to tell. >> palestinianian and israeli leaders met in washington this week to formally launch direct peace talks. it's the first time in two years direct talks have taken place. ahead of these talks, there was really very little optimism on the ground that it would lead to an agreement. the main issue of concern for israelis will be security. they may be more willing to make concessions on jerusalem and land ownership if security can be guaranteed. this past week, four israelis, including a pregnant woman, were gunned down and killed in the west bank by hamas militants. hamas is interested in seeing these talks go nowhere. as for the palestinian authority represented by palestinian president mahmoud abbas, they would like to see full sovereignty of east jerusalem, ultimately it will come down to a leadership issue. can these le
. for there to be substantive progress on the peace talks they need to remain out of media spotlight. in jerusalem, reena ninan, fox news. >>> the notorious security firm in trouble again. the new accusations that it now faces. >>> captured in an ambush and freed by marines. the life-long lesson, this soldier says he learneds a prisoner of war. >>> coming up, a temperature change that there affect your labor day forecast . >>> remember jessica lynch, the u.s. army private captured and rescued three days after the u.s. invaded iraq? one of the other u.s. army personnel who was ambushed and captured with lynch told his story tonight tonight in san francisco. former army specialist joseph hudson was a 23-year-old mechanic when the truck that he and lynch and fellow soldiers was am, butted by iraqi soldiers near the city of naseriyah. they were hold for 21 days before u.s. marines rescued them on april 13th, 2003. >> since april 13nd, 2003, i haven't had one single bad day in my life. when your freedom is stripped, tape by force and you regain your freedom back, you learn how to appreciate it a lot more . what an
tomorrow. reena ninan has more from jerusalem. >> reporter: hillary clinton has been meeting with palestinian officials to try and work out some sort of compromise over the settlement freeze, but nothing has been agreed to so far. clinton met with israel defense minister and they said they could not extend the freeze. u.s. officials have been urging israel to ex end it. palestinians say they will drop out of talks that begin this month if construction continues. today in the west bank, clashes took place been anti-settlement protestors and the israeli military. protestors are calling on a complete boycott of the situation. journalist says he was asked to step back and never given the chance to do that before being beaten by israeli soldiers. clinton is expected to meet with the foreign minister to discuss restarting peace talks between israel and syria. >> gregg: reena ninan in jerusalem, thanks. >> julie: also in the middle east, a super weapon unleashed on iran. that is what security experts are calling it. they say the computer worm sabotages factories. experts say it is m
of media spotlight. in jerusalem, reena ninan, fox news. >>> the notorious security firm in trouble again. the new accusations that it now faces. >>> captured in an ambush and freed by marines. the life-long lesson, [ man i was deciding what to do with my citi thankyou points when it happened... [ glass breaks ...again. ♪ [ child run! [ man first it was the mailbox. then my squirrel. and now, this. so i used my points to make a donation to get the park down the street built. when it finally opened, i also used my points for... car repair. [ male announcer use your citi thankyou points for almost anything, even local charities. what's your story? citi can help you write it. how would i make school field trips to the zoo! more basketballs. soccer balls. and a museum! [ growls more basketballs. soccer balls! more books. yeah. like just a ton of books. [ girl and books about soft things. soft and slimy. [ female announcer now clip double box tops for education. from totino's pizza rolls and party pizzas. and make their school a better place. . >>> remember jessica lynch, the u.s. army priva
. netanyahu says there are current restrictions. reporter reena ninan had an opportunity to talk to elie wiesel. >> reporter: i asked what he talked about with the president? >> i cannot tell you. the president, only he nose, only i nose. >> reporter: as we enter the peace track e-talks, trust is so low, what makes you optimistic? >> i am very optimistic in this case. maybe in the past i was wrong, but nevertheless, i really think i have that feeling anyway, not based on anything, but a feeling, a premonition, that this time something will happen. >> reporter: you mentioned earlier about the threats that israeli faces with hezbollah and iran. what are your thoughts on iran? what needs to be done? >> ahmadinejad needs to be arrested and held before the incourt for international crimes at the hauge. >> reporter: in records to peace talks, u.s. secretary of state hillary clinton, israeli prime minister netanyahu and pakistanian president abbas will meet in egypt. >>> the great tax cut debate. a political leader makes a surprising move and what it could ah, focus group. so what are we tes
on the negotiations. >> the talks are in danger over settlement building and reena ninan joins us live with more on details of this story. >> reporter: uma, israeli and palestinian officials have been meeting with secretary of state hillary clinton to frantically try and reach some sort of a compromise over the settlement deal. nothing has been agreed to so far. she did meet with the defense minister and they said there is no way they can continue to extent the ten-month settlement brief. the palestinians say they will drop out of direct talks if the construction continues. today in the west bank, clashes took place between anti-settlement protesters and the israeli military. the protesters are calling on a complete boycott of all settlement products. according to an eyewitness, the military arrested a.p. photographer for, "not obeying the rules." the journalist said he was asked to step back and never given a chance to do so before being beaten by israeli soldiers. also on monday, secretary hillary clinton will also meet with the syrian foreign minister to try to see if they can restart peace t
an aboutface when it come peace talks with the israelis. reena ninan is joining us live from jerusalem right now. reena, great to see you. so is this up in reporting that the palestinian attitude shifted 180 degrees? is that what you are hearing on the ground there? >> it actually isn't, uma. i spoke to the chief palestinian negotiator who tells me he does not share that optimism and it's just too early in the talks to say something like that. he does hope within the one-year time frame that has been put in place there will be on agreement. he hopes it will come through. the next big date is september 14-15 when benjamin netanyahu and the palestinian president mahmoud abbas are expect to meet in sharm el-sheikh, egypt, uma. >> reena, hamas is now saying that the israeli settlers are fair targets. how is this going to impact talks knowing there is possible violence on the way? s>> we have seen hit the week when settlers, and a pregnant woman was gunned down and killed in the west bank. hamas militants took responsibility for the attack. when the peace talks pick up and the meetings take place
in the east village. reena ninan has the latest for us right now. is the violence still going on, reena? >> reporter: well, jon, there have been violent clashes on and off the for the past 48 hours. last night there were more of those clashes, but for now it remains pretty quiet. there was some tense moments this morning after friday prayers. you could hear the helicopters overhead over the old city in the temple mountains where the prayers took place. there wasn't any clashes or incidents in that, but police continue to remain on high alert after an incident this week when an israeli man killed a palestinian father. jon. jon: the ten-month freeze is set to expire on sunday. palestinians say they will drop out of the talks if the that freeze does not continue. any sign of a compromise? >> reporter: we haven't heard anything yet. everyone's eagerly waiting because the faceoff is sunday, as you mentioned. so everyone's quiet right now, but a very ominous warning coming from king abdullah of jordan who appeared on the daily show, actually, and said if the settlement issue is not resolved b
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